The Hon Darren Chester MP, Minister for Infrastructure and Transport
- Big boost for Adelaide–Melbourne rail freight productivity
Longer freight trains will soon be able to run between Adelaide and Melbourne thanks to a multi-million dollar Australian Government rail network upgrade set to increase capacity by up to 20 per cent.
- Safety upgrades north of Rockhampton making Bruce Highway safer
A $5.2 million investment by the Australian Government in making the Bruce Highway safer north of Rockhampton has delivered upgraded intersections at Atkinson Road, Raspberry Creek Road and Kooltandra Road.
- Final touches complete on safer, smoother Tinana Interchange
A roads project that will help drive the growing Wide Bay region well into the future is complete, with the last works finished on the $38 million Tinana Interchange upgrade.
- Way to go Warrego—overtaking lanes open ahead of schedule
The Warrego Highway has been made safer sooner than expected with the completion of eight new overtaking lanes between Oakey and Dalby, finished two months ahead of schedule.
- Central Queensland's Saraji Road set for $2.9 million upgrade
Nearly $3 million is being invested to ensure a key corridor between Dysart and Moranbah is upgraded to better connect communities and businesses in the region.
- Last Queensland Inland Rail preferred section selected
Federal Minister for Infrastructure and Transport Darren Chester today announced the preferred corridor for the Yelarbon and Gowrie section of the Inland Rail project, which will transform regional economies.
- Government on the hunt for fresh fast rail proposals
High-quality proposals are now being sought for the development of business cases to bring faster rail to Australian urban and regional areas.
- More upgrades on the way for Great Northern Highway
Works to improve the Great Northern Highway are rolling on, with the Australian Government approving $105.34 million to upgrade a three section, 37.6-kilometre length of the road between Muchea and Wubin